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“What do you do all winter?” visitors often ask Mainers, conjuring up images of a desolate landscape and cultural wasteland. Nothing could be farther from […]

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When Quoddy Bay Lobster co-owner Sara Griffin is asked what makes their lobster rolls so good, she’ll tell you customers are served a plain top-split bun.

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Karl Holmes and Eric Treworgy have opened Pugnuts Ice Cream Shop at 1276 Surry Road.

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Visit Seal Cove Farm in Lamoine, and you will find the 120 or so goats there enjoying a leisurely lifestyle. They are milked at 5:30 […]

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If you step off of Ellsworth’s Main Street and into the Airline Brewing Co.’s pub and feel as if you’ve been transported to the United Kingdom, its owners will consider that a success.

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For more than 130 years, people have hiked the Asticou Path to a reward of freshly brewed tea and homemade popovers at Jordan Pond.

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Blossom Kravitz’s route to starting the Brooklin Candy Co. was serendipitous.

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Is there anything better than a cold glass of locally brewed artisanal beer after climbing off a boat or down a mountain? Strong Brewing Co. […]

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“I’m the mad scientist,” said Tom Hoey, 70, the founder and sole operator of The Sow’s Ear Winery, which churns out all-natural, pesticide-free, hard apple ciders and fruit wines outside Brooksville.

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Through an unmarked door in The Pickled Wrinkle dining room, a group gathers regularly to pitch horseshoes at the neighborhood pub in the Gouldsboro village of Birch Harbor.

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From its industrial roots as a 19th century shipbuilding town and the home to chicken, sardine and potato-processing plants in the 1950s, Belfast over the past decade is flourishing in a new phase: that of a hip, thriving and creative coastal community.

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Treasured Leaf shop owner Shelly Patten pours a cup of tea.
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The Treasured Leaf carries more than 70 types of loose-leaf tea, along with pots, cups and brewing gear.

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On a sunny morning in Nervous Nellie’s kitchen, cooks Emma Merritt and Patty Heanssler are up to their elbows in blueberry jam. “We work all […]

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fiddleheads
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There are some foods and drinks native to Maine that you may not ever wish to try again, let alone bring home with you (Moxie, […]

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Cherry-chocolate chip scones
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It’s a gray, muggy morning in early July. A small group sits at the front of Buck’s Harbor Market, drinking joe, chewing the fat. “Welcome […]

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